Administrative Planners

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Overview

If you plan meetings, but you’re not called a “meeting planner,” you’re not alone. An estimated 80% of all corporate meetings in are planned by executive assistants, administrative professionals, marketing managers, HR professionals, learning coordinators and other team members who aren’t recognized as meeting professionals. MPI recognizes you. We know that you need education, support and encouragement that you’re doing the right thing. MPI Membership can also open new doors and connect you to potential career opportunities if you want meetings and events to become your full-time focus.

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Members of the Administrative Planner community receive all the benefits of MPI membership, plus so much more.


MPI Academy Webinars

WEBINARS
Free community-related educational webinars
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Meeting Planner Online Communities

ONLINE COMMUNITY
Access to the Administrative Planner online community
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WEC Event Planner Education

WEC EDUCATION
Community relevant education at MPI’s  World Education Congress (WEC
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COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Invitations to community meet-ups and other social activities
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MPI Academy Certificate Courses

ON-DEMAND EDUCATION
24/7 access to on-demand community-relevant education.
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MPI Academy White Papers

SAFETY PLANNING GUIDE
Free access to the Essential Guide to Safety and Security.
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Who is Eligible to Join?

 

Any MPI Member who organizes and/or assists in the planning of meetings but does not have "meeting" or "event" in their job title is eligible to join MPI's Administrative Planners Community.

Additional Education and Community Resources

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Plan Your Meetings

Plan Your Meeting Events

The fastest way for meeting planners to network and learn from their peers and establish important business relationships with suppliers.


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Basics Boot Camp: Meeting Fundamentals

The basics are the most important aspects or principles that you should learn first.

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Event Crisis Communication

Event Crisis Communication

 Discover how to use time-sensitive communications channels, including social media, when it really matters. 

 

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Meeting and Event Strategist

Meeting & Event Strategist

Create events that achieve objectives, justify costs, and provide authentic experiences.

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The Essential Guide to Safety & Security

An essential guide to planning components, assessment tools and implementation strategies for safety and security planning at events.